Developing a Business Relevant HR Function – Adding value through analysis, relevance and evidence (London)

The event will be held in Church House on 31 January 2017

CRF has been researching the field of HRM and turning this into actionable recommendations implemented by HR functions for over 20 years. With the pace of change, HR needs to do more. For organisations to flourish HR needs to develop talent, create a stimulating work environment and ensure that through its people, performance is optimised. This requires business analysis, a strict adherence to the principles of social science and evidence, not best practice, rhetoric, or unsubstantiated opinion. This event will be supported by a research report, sponsored by Mercer.

Timings: 09.00-16.00

Who is it for?

HR leaders who want to define and develop the role of their function. Those who are concerned with contributing to business success through commercial HR leadership in an environment where speed, agility, commercial acumen and accuracy of judgement are ever more vital.

Overview

CRF has been researching the field of HRM and turning this into actionable recommendations implemented by HR functions for over 20 years. With the pace of change, HR needs to do more. For organisations to flourish HR needs to develop talent, create a stimulating work environment and ensure that through its people, performance is optimised. This requires business analysis, a strict adherence to the principles of social science and evidence, not best practice, rhetoric, or unsubstantiated opinion.

Content

Based around the CRF Paper Developing a Business Relevant HR Function – Adding value through analysis, relevance and evidence, Pat, Phil and Nick will challenge delegates to critically consider their own organisations and share their views against a number of dimensions:

• the business environment – our changing challenging world

• organisational imperatives for sustained success

• the need for agility

• a clear definition and analysis of HR’s role

• adopting the principles and practices of the social sciences

• the need for relevance and evidence

• how do we get there, and what are the practical recommendations?

  • Tags
  • Organisation Development & Change